While the audience today can’t stop obsessing over Netflix and other foreign web-series, we have decided to throw some light on these makers in India, who came up with some real-time impeccable content, i.e., worth watching.
In recent years, Indians have achieved a milestone in the field of entertainment by coming up with some fantastic content that not only entertains us but also tells an unconventional story. The Indian media industry has been entirely revolutionized by ‘Web Series,’ and the given significant reason for the same is the quality of the content as well as its highly relatable nature.
These Indian web series are no more about the cliché drama but the stories that make a difference. And today, this article will take you on a ride to a distinct world of Indian entertainment, i.e., indeed not la-la land. We have some amazingly relatable and impressive series-list here!!!
This series captures the world of cricket and entertainment. This exhilarating and blood rushing series follows the lives of compelling characters, which takes numerous twists and turns. Set within two seasons of the Powerplay League, the series has brought together the versatile cast consisting Bollywood talent Vivek Anand Oberoi as a menacing mastermind; Richa Chadha played the role of a film star and the team owner, Angad Bedi is shown as the captain of the same team, and Sanjay Suri has been showcased as the team’s coach. Saraj Jane and Tanuj Virwani are also seen coaching the team.
Baked is India’s most ambitious fictional web-series. It witnesses the disheveled life of three university flatmates, who ventures out into the entrepreneurial world by starting a midnight food delivery service. It takes you on an entertaining roller coaster ride as our quirky and odd trio mingles student life with business, and successfully manage to land themselves into trouble. This series will keep you hooked with its real-life circumstances waiting to punch our trio on every other step.
By the direction of Pulkit, this web series reveals the truth behind the mystery and rumors surrounding Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s death. Also, it throws light on the various other aspects of Bose’s life. Rajkummar Rao again proved his versatility by slipping on the shoes of the forgotten hero with so much ease. He indeed made us forget that we are watching an actor play a role by making it look so effortless on him.
The series revolves around the story of a couple who is happy while being in a long-distance relationship. They are doing fine this way for the past three years, but as they eventually meet, the marriage’s prospect comes their way. TVF has done a fantastic job with this series by tapping into the audience’s mind, along with exploring the nitty-gritty’s of a relationship in today’s world. This story would not make you feel superficial — you can totally relate to it.
‘Little Things’ is a web series that takes us on a journey of everyday love. It revolves around a couple of Kavya and Dhruv who live together in Mumbai and does everything that a couple should. And that is all this web show focuses on. There’s no life-altering crisis, no event which might rush our blood, and indeed no climax. This story focuses on little-light-hearted things in a relationship. And it is kinda cute.
So, now that you have the list. Renew your internet pack, and get ready to be entertained to the fullest!